british literature

posted by .

I'm trying to find examples of doublespeak?
Because my class just read the novel 1984.

I just need examples. I need to print out the article or speech etc and highlight the examples of doublespeak and figure out what they actually mean? Can anyone help me? Greatly appreciated thank you!

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. english 1

    WHAT'S THE OVERALL TONE OF THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO?
  2. Chemistry Suspension Examples...

    plz guys help me wer can i get examples of suspensions ineed it 3 examples i need
  3. Literature

    Need help with this: "Explain how people can find miracles in everyday life. Support your ideas with examples from the two poems 'in Just' and 'Fog'." Please help..thanks -MC
  4. Literature

    How does Shakespeare use foreshadowing in the first 4 acts of Romeo and Juliet?
  5. English

    i'm reading a book called "1984" i have an assignment that got to do with propaganda in 1984. i have to find 4 propaganda examples so far i got 2/4 examples i still need 2 more examples i don't know what other propaganda there are …
  6. Speech

    Help with an introduction speech outline (I just need some help so I can get a start on it...do not tell me websites that can help me unless they have examples on them)
  7. Literature - Macbeth

    What roles do doublespeak and duality play in Macbeth?
  8. ACC305 Accounting for Decision Making

    Describe the complications that arise when LIFO or average cost is used with a perpetual inventory system. Use specific examples and references. The part that I am having trouble with is finding examples. I have the rest of the work …
  9. Speech 09

    I had to interview someone in my class and write speech about them. I need help on how to start my speech. How to introduce the person. Are there any examples you can give me so I would read and then write my speech. Please help!!!!!
  10. English

    When preparing to write a summary, you should: A. highlight all main and major ideas after thoroughly reading the article. B. highlight descriptive language and examples. C. take careful notes as you read the article the first time. …

More Similar Questions